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In Brief: POlice confiscate roadside Property

In Brief: POlice confiscate roadside Property

Police

confiscated the roadside property of residents living along Street 104

in Phnom Penh's Daun Penh district on Wednesday. Many foreigners live

along Street 104, and residents said they were not informed in English

in advance that furniture and other property on the street would be

confiscated. Ek Khun Doeun, the Daun Penh district deputy governor,

said his officials were only improving public order in the district.

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